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The Only Privately Owned Fishing Pier in South Florida is For Sale for $45 Million

The Anglin's Fishing Pier, in the small oceanfront town of Lauderdale-By-The-Sea way up in the northern reaches of Broward County, is the only ocean fishing pier in South Florida that anybody can own. It's 900 feet long, super rare, and totally one-of-a-kind because every single other pier like it in South Florida is off-limits to, well, being owned. They're all in public parks or owned by municipalities or those sorts of things. This is it, and for the glory of owning such a thing, the pier is currently on the market for a whopping $45 million.

Somebody’s Funky Tropical Fantasy, With Flexible Coral in the Pool, Lists for $3.85M

This over-the-top technicolor wonder has everything, or at least the current owners probably think it does. They've obviously poured a lot of love into the place, a certain amount of money into it, and whatever modicum of taste they have. Located on quite a nice lot in Lighthouse Point, with canals on two sides, the house is awash in color and full of kooky nicknacks. Want a fake fireplace with painted-on flames? Check! A turquoise, lavender, and pink wrap-around deck? They've got that too. Tacky sculptures of every imaginable kind? Don't bother going to the flea market, because they're all here.

Cambria Hotel Breaks Ground on Fort Lauderdale Beach

Check out the press release. It's a little dry, but this isn't exactly the most interesting hotel in the world, so what do you expect?

Rare Alfred Browning Parker House in Broward County Hits the Market for $1 Million

Alfred Browning Parker, a disciple of Frank Lloyd Wright, was one of South Florida's most important and iconic midcentury modern architects, creating fantastic structures across the state. Only three of the houses he designed in Broward County remain, however, one of which has just hit the market for $949,000.

Fort Lauderdale’s Midcentury Baroque Parker Playhouse Getting Snazzy, Sleek Renovation

Fort Lauderdale's Parker Playhouse, known for its midcentury baroque aesthetic, is getting a $25 million renovation that will jazz it up with lots of new upgrades and amenities. This includes a big new lobby, private donor and premium lounges, and a signature bar. Oh, and upgrades mechanical systems, state-of-the-art equipment, and acoustic upgrades.

Midcentury Courtyard Pool House by Iconic Fort Lauderdale Architect Dan Duckham Lists for $695,000.

Dan Duckham is a lion of midcentury architecture in Fort Lauderdale, creating exquisite subtropical architecture suitable to the place and the climate. This four...

Fort Lauderdale’s Giant Limestone and Gold Palace Has Gone for $42.5 Million

A notoriously gaudy and gigantic mansion located in the town of Hillsboro Beach, next to Fort Lauderdale, known as both Playa Vista and Le Palais Royale sold at auction in November for a 'record setting,' price. However, the actual price itself was kept quiet by both buyer and seller until now, when the Sun Sentinel noticed that the sale had been recorded by the Broward County Property Appraiser, and made public record, revealing both the amount, and the buyer. It sold for $42.5 million.

Notoriously Over-Gilded Hillsboro Beach Megamansion Sells for “Record Shattering” Undisclosed Price

After a weird five years of existence, the most gilded house in South Florida has finally sold. Formerly known as Le Palais Royale, a name that notched up the palatial factor ever higher, it appears to have been renamed Playa Vista Isle recently. Inspired by Versailles (obviously), it was designed by Miami-based architect Denio Madera.

Upcycle PoMo Artist is Selling Wilton Manors Midcentury Pad Stuffed With Art, for $1.2 Million

Check out this joint! The two bedroom, two bath, open-plan midcentury house stuffed with upcycled art inspired by postmodernism, the Memphis design movement, and everything colorful and wonderful, is on the market in Wilton Manors for $1.2 million—with all of the art included. And we're talking a lot of art.

Kobi Karp Breaking Ground Sept. 14th on First Residential Building of Dania Beach Megaproject

Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design has broken ground on the first residential building of the Dania Pointe megaproject, a mixed-use urban infill development in the heart of Dania Beach, according a press release from the architect. The project is located adjacent to the Design Center of the Americas and the Bass Pro Shop. 

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